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    Atonement, by Ian McEwan.
    Such a sad but still awesome story


    Men heap together the mistakes of their lives,
    and create a monster they call destiny.


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    Quote Originally Posted by T-6005 View Post
    Let me guess - the main character's mentor figure betrays them?
    No. The old "your-son-isn't-really-dead-he-is-the-one-now-trying-to-kill-you" bit.
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    I finished reading Nocturnes by John Connolly, basically a collection of short stories icluding two novellas. It was good, although the first story set a high standard for the rest to beat, so I started off very hopeful, only to be slightly disappointed.


    I then started reading The Perks Of Being A Wallflower by Stephen Chbosky. So far I really like it. The main character is so honest and innocent and it's a book where I catch myself smiling a lot.

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    I'm reading Lin Anderson "Driftnet"
    I clever, because very modest, therefore such beautiful

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    I start reading stuff about physics and math to univ. This kind of stuff, counts?
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    i just finnished a book bout emotional life (of dogs) and another one about science (funny one tho) and im now reading lots of atherosclerosis and fas related articles :P sounds awful, and it should! lol
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    "To kill a Mockingbird" Harper Lee

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    "john dies at the end" by david wong

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    Finished The Perks of Being A Wallflower. I really loved it. It made me so happy, so sad. It's a book that I think everyone could relate to. It's honest, and innocent, and sweet, but very dark in places.
    One of my favourite books, definitely.


    I started reading All My Friends Are Superheroes by Andrew Kaufman today...and nearly finished it now. It's interesting. I imagine I'll be finished it tonight.

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    Stephen Kings - The Skeleton Key...just made up of heaps of short stories and also his "The Mist" story that was made into a movie pretty recently. I'm not really getting into the Mist too much though. Much prefer other novels.

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